WALKING EACH OTHER HOME

I love that line, “We’re all just walking each other home,” by Ram Dass & Paul Gorman in their book How Can I Help.

But what does it mean? I think in part it means we are here to help each other live into our wholeness and deep belonging.

That we all have some feeling of separation, and anxiety around not knowing what the #€^¥! we are doing, that we yearn for aliveness, for being challenged to be our best selves, for being seen for who we are, and for being accepted for that, the good, bad, ugly, and yes, the beautiful. And that when we offer a gentle heart and big ears to one another, we are walking one another home.

What does it mean to you?

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